Meyer, Stephanie. Twilight. New York: Hatchette Book Group, 2005.
ISBN: 0316015849 pbk.
498 pp.

Reader’s Annotation:
Twilight is the story of a young girl that finds herself in love with a mysterious boy that is definitely more than human.

Bella Swan is a seventeen year old from Arizona who has moved to Forks, Washington. She likes the sun and the heat. She loves her mom and step-dad. So why does she like Forks? Forks is the rainiest darkest place Bella has ever seen, far away from her mom and all she’s ever known. Well like all teenage girls it might have something to do with a boy.

Edward Cullen is a seventeen year old boy from Forks, Washington. He likes the rain and the clouds. He’s comfortable living in Forks. So why has Forks suddenly become the place he simultaneously needs to be, but can’t stand to be? Well like all teenage boys it might have something to do with a girl.

This is a love story. This is the best kind of love story, the forbidden kind. Bella and Edward aren’t supposed to be, but what happens when they discover that they are meant to be? What happens when you discover that you are “unconditionally and irrevocably in love” with someone whose optimal lighting condition is Twilight?

New York Times Editor’s Choice
Teen People “Hot List” pick
Publisher’s Weekly Best Book of the Year
ALA "Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults"
ALA "Top Ten Books for Reluctant Readers"

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